Brian Banik recently retired after 38 years with AT&T, NCR, Teradata and Deloitte corporations. He is ooking forward to what the next chapter of his life brings.
Wayde Scheffer passed away on July 6, 2020.
Larry Kramer passed away on March 26, 2021.
Judge Emil Giordano was named January 2021 Justinian Society Member of the Month.
Robert Bennett passed away on September 3, 2020.
Mike Hingston has found a nice retirement home with Parkland tennis. After 30 years of teaching and coaching teams at high schools in New Jersey, he retired in September 2012, but he didn’t stay retired for long. Mike, who coached and taught at Williamstown High School in southern New Jersey and at High Point Regional in the northern part of the state, saw that Parkland had an opening for a boys tennis coach. He applied for the job and got it, but still kept making the 90-minute commute to High Point to coach girls soccer in the fall for a while. Then, two years later, Mike added the Parkland girls tennis post, and the Trojans tennis courts have become a welcome retirement home for him.
Christine Heske Taunton was a first year varsity assistant softball coach for Plymouth Whitemarsh High School in this shortened season.
Altitude Marketing recently added three team members including Patty Lynch Pologruto as Director of Public Relations.
Judge Emil Giordano, Esq. was designated Vice-Chair of Orphans' Court Procedural Rules Committee.
Rona E. Korman ’82 has joined the firm Onyx Equities as general counsel. She previously served as general counsel for Malvern Bank, National Association; Union Center National Bank; and Big M Inc., the operating company for Mandee Shops and Annie Sez Stores. Korman was also in private practice and represented developers, banks, landlords, and tenants in a wide range of real estate and corporate transactions.
The Honorable Emil Giordano, Esq., a member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., and Co-Chair of its Litigation Practice Group, has been inducted into the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN) as a Diplomate Member for mediation. “This is quite an honor for me as I have dedicated my life to the legal profession... and to reach this level of recognition for my work is humbling,” said Emil. Membership into the NADN is through invitation-only. Emil has also been selected to serve as an arbitrator and mediator to the Judicial Roster, Real Estate, and Pennsylvania at Large ADR Panels of Distinguished Neutrals for the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR). “I am excited to serve on the CPR Panels and look forward to continuing my mediation and arbitration work with such prominent and talented people,” said Judge Giordano.